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Original title: El proceso

Directed by: Sandra Gugliotta

Produced by: Alejandra Marano (Ojo BLINDADO, 996 FILMS, Argentina)

Country of production: Argentina

Runtime: 80'

Expected release: November 2020

Budget: €150,000 (80% in place)

Looking for: Coproduction, world sales, distribution


In 2019, a historic trial is held in Paris against three top managers of France Telecom for moral harassment that changes the way of seeing labor relations in the world. The chain of suicides generated by the company’s human resources policies generated a debate that the film has the privilege of registering as a sole witness from within the Courts during the Process.

Director’s profile: 

Argentine director, screenwriter and producer. Since his first short film, he has been part of the New Argentine Cinema. Her first film UN DIA DE SUERTE premieres at the Berlin Festival Forum and she was nominated for a Goya on a long tour of international festivals. Then she made LAS VIDAS POSIBLES, participating in the International Competition at the Locarno Festival and at the Pavillion du Cinema du Monde at the Cannes Festival. Her next works include LA TOMA where she narrates the student militancy throughout a year, and the feature film ARREBATO, which premiered in Buenos Aires in September 2014 with great critical and public repercussion. He is currently working on the documentary EL PROCESO / THE PROCESS shooted in France and Argentina about the privatization of France Telecom and its sequel to suicides, now she is preparing his new fiction film AMANDA.